Today, personal connection is more important than ever, as we’re having to physically distance ourselves from one another. We’re all trying our best to stay connected, and this week we’re exploring how the very fundamentals of personal connection are shifting in our new reality.
Kat Johnson dives into the virtual world of Zoom Happy Hours with help from HRN Hall-of-Famer Lou Bank. Danya AbdelHameid explores how people are turning to gardening in the midst of the ongoing pandemic. We bring you an excerpt from Cutting the Curd where Aaron Foster shares insights on how food retail has been impacted by COVID-19. Finally, we have a special segment on how to manage boredom from Time For Lunch, HRN’s brand new podcast for young eaters.
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